Is your job search yielding less-than-fruitful results? Are you stressed from preparing summer and fall internship applications? (Contrary to popular belief, it is not too early to start applying for fall positions, especially if they’re with the Big 5!) Here’s our advice: book an appointment with Professor Jane Kinney-Denning, the publishing program’s Executive Director of Internships and Corporate Outreach, or someone in Career Services. They’re here to help you navigate the big wide job world out there.
Handshake is another resource you should definitely be using (Pace subscribes to the program). The talent-recruitment start-up calls itself a “democratizing opportunity…because building [a] career shouldn’t depend on where you go to school, what you’re majoring in, or who your parents know.” The platform posts job and internship listings, advertises events, and allows employers to message students directly if they meet the criteria for certain jobs. Continue reading “Link of the Week | Handshake for publishing students at Pace University”
Coming Thursday, April 9: the Spring Job and Internship Fair! Over 100 businesses and organizations will be on location, which is an opportunity you don’t want to miss. Bring your resumes and get ready to roll with the best of them.
Calling all NYC students: Jobs and internships are yours for the taking on Wednesday, April 9, as more than 100 companies take over the C-Level Gym and Student Union from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for the NYC Spring 2015 Job and Internship Fair. The tables, recruiters, swag, and more are heading to the Big Apple once they’re through with the PLV Spring Job and Internship Fair on Wednesday, April 1.
Career Services has something for everyone at the fair, with industry leaders from fashion to finance, communications to computer science, government, and more registered to meet and network with current students and alumni right here on campus. Some of the impressive organizations waiting to shake your hand include Apple, Bloomingdales, Deloitte, EY, Moody’s Corporation, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Teach for America, Verizon Wireless, Victoria’s Secret, Warner Music Group, and many more. For a full list of employers and to register for the fair, click here.
More than a dozen organizations will also participate in on-site interviews and are looking to fill their available positions—from internships to full-time opportunities—with qualified Pace students and alumni. For a full list of employers conducting on-site interviews, click here.
Think you’re ready for the NYC Spring 2015 Job and Internship Fair, but worried that your resume isn’t? Head to Career Services on the 14th floor of 41 Park Row from Monday, April 6–Wednesday, April 8 to have your resume reviewed before the fair.
There are also a few career-oriented events that you may find interesting. Click here to see details.
Also, join Career Services and the Pace community for a series of events that will expand your knowledge on subjects like communication, writing, environmental studies, marketing, and entrepreneurship. Learn how to develop online content and social media tools that will help you succeed, and stick around to hear employers share information about any open positions within their organization and/or internships opportunities.
– Employer Spotlight Series: Info Session with The MegaWatt Hour
Monday, November 10th – Welcome Center – 1 Pace Plaza – 5:00-6:00pm
Join The MegaWatt Hour as they talk about career opportunities with the company as part of the Career Services Employer Spotlight Series. The MegaWatt Hour is an online platform that works to promote transparency within the energy industry and promote energy use education. Visit their website for more information about the company – https://home.themwh.com/.
– Online Content Creation and Branding
Wednesday, November 12th – Bianco Room – 12:15-1:20pm
You are invited to join the Interactive and Direct Marketing Lab (IDM Lab), Pace Press, Pace University Career Services, and Pace University Publishing Department on Wednesday, November 12th on the role of online media content and social media platforms in today’s workplace. The program will review issues such as the role and importance of online content in today’s professional workplace, how this media can enhance your career, and how social media can be used to create a brand and promote your work.
Join us and get started today!
– How to Launch a Start-Up Without Moving to Mexico
Wednesday, November 12th – 163 Williams Street, 2nd Floor – 12:15-1:20pm
Come listen to Mike Dolan, CTO and Co-Founder of Igobono, speak about start-up development, social entrepreneurship, and website development. This will be a great opportunity for students interested in working with start-ups or starting their own company.
– Employer Spotlight Series: Info Session with Morgan Stanley
Thursday, November 13th – Welcome Center – 1 Pace Plaza – 5:00-6:00pm
You are invited to attend the Info Session with Morgan Stanley that is part of the Career Services Employer Spotlight Series. Join us to learn more about career paths and opportunities with a leading financial firm. Visit their website for more information about the company –http://www.morganstanley.com/
The Wilson Center has posted its Summer 2014 internships on the Career Services eRecruiting website! The internships are paid, and students will work with nonprofit institutions.
- Once logged into eRecruiting, students should select “co-op” and then search “Wilson Center,” the list of internships will pop up.
- There are varied and substantive opportunities at 15 distinct innovative non-profits/social enterprises.
- These summer opportunities are for 8 weeks/35 hours a week, for a total of 280 hours @ $15/hour, = $4,200.
- All applications are through eRecruiting. Applications will be reviewed by the host organizations on a rolling basis, and until the end of April.
- All students (international, undergrads, grads, all majors and schools) currently enrolled at Pace and graduating December 2014 or later are eligible to apply.
Find more information about eRecruiting here.
MS in Publishing students looking for a summer internship should consider the Editorial and Marketing Internship opportunity at McGraw-Hill!
McGraw-Hill Higher Education has an exciting paid opportunity for an Editorial and Marketing Intern in our Humanities, Social Science and World Languages (HSSL) Division.
This part-time internship is based out of our New York office (2 Penn Plaza) and pays $12 per hour.
The intern will support the Specialized Programs group by performing administrative duties such as maintaining files, updating marketing documents, and navigating company databases to complete projects as they come up. Candidates must be able to work at least two days a week from 9 am to 5 pm and are expected to continue through the fall. This part-time internship is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in the educational publishing industry.
McGraw-Hill Higher Education (MHHE) is a leading provider of print and digital materials serving the college market, publishing instructional materials including textbooks, lab manuals, study guides, testing materials, software, and multimedia products.
To Apply: Students must apply on Pace’s e-Recruiting website and be registered with the Internship program. If you are not already registered, please contact the Career Services. Click here for the Career Services link or call the office at 212-346-1950 for more information.